Have you ever heard of Opposite Dressing? No, this isn’t where you wear your underwear on your head or your hats as socks. Instead, this is the idea that you pair two items of clothing that wouldn’t normally go together – because they are not normally paired together within the same trend or style – and put them together. You go against the rules to play by the rules, right? Here are some examples of how you can get onboard with opposite dressing.
Don A Dress With Sneakers
When you think of wearing a dress, you normally think of pairing it with some cute sandals or maybe even some heels. That doesn’t mean that you can’t take this to a whole new level, though. Although many influencers have been wearing dresses with sneakers for a while now, you may have thought that you couldn’t pull it off yourself. Well, we’re here to tell you that you can.
Match A Suit With Boots
Suits are smart, suits are powerful, and suits need to be paired with the correct footwear. At least that’s what we used to think, anyway. Now we’re not too sure. That’s because we just can’t get over how good suits and boots look together. While the whole outfit is still powerful, it seems as though it’s even more powerful with this added extra.
Wear A Shirt With Comfy Pants
There’s a high chance that you have never thought of wearing a structured shirt with jogging bottoms, let alone some comfy pants that you’d normally wear as you lounge around the house. However, have you ever tried this out? If you do, you might be surprised and learn that it actually works pretty well together. If you pair the whole outfit with some cool shades and some sandals, the whole thing becomes super chic.
Breaking the rules can sometimes be fun, so why not go opposite for the day?
The Fluffy Bucket Hat: Why Everyone Should Get One ASAP
Let’s face it, berets are bland, beanies are overrated (and overused), and it’s time to bring something fresh to your wardrobe this winter season. And the answer is an accessory you’ve seen a lot lately worn by the likes of Bella Hadid, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, and Kendall Jenner. Yes, it’s the fluffy bucket hat — a warm hug for your head and a super chic addition to your outfits.
The Fluffy Bucket Hat: Where Fashion Meets Comfort
People often blame high fashion for being all about looks and never about functionality. Well, with fluffy bucket hats, that’s definitely not the case. They will keep you warm while complementing and completing your outfits. Being such a versatile accessory, they come in a variety of patterns and styles that can fit virtually any taste and preference.
Just last November, the demand for fluffy bucket hats increased by 25%, according to fashion platform Lyst. This is probably due to the fact that more and more celebrities are seen sporting these hats in public. In fact, when Kendall Jenner was spotted in an ASOS Design faux fur bucket hat late last year, the brand’s sales nearly doubled!
Celebrities Are Making It a Trend
If there’s one thing we can’t deny, it’s that celebrities are often the ones who decide what becomes a trend and what sinks in obscurity. In the case of the fluffy bucket hat, they’ve definitely made it a thing. From Rihanna debuting an acid green Emma Brewin hat in 2020 to Bella Hadid sporting a now out-of-stock design on the streets of New York, one thing’s certain: fluffy bucket hats are hot this season.
Fashion designers and sellers are saying that the fluffy bucket hat has evolved from a trend to a signature hat shape. So, what are you waiting for? Go grab yours asap!